Some of Our Members
Sr. VP, Research at
Digital Clarity Group
“Digital risk sends chills down the spines of corporate executives…” more >Digital risk sends chills down the spines of corporate executives—whether it’s the CEO, COO, CMO, CIO or others. Executives know they need a solution and fear the consequences from unmanaged risk, but don’t know what to do. What’s needed is best practices, benchmarking, and methodologies. The DRM Institute offers a clear path for bringing this new insight and knowledge to business owners and risk management professionals.
Corporate executives, who have the most to lose, are overwhelmed by the technical nature of the problem. Business executives need a safe place where they can discuss these issues in an open, informed forum.
-- Connie Moore, Senior Vice President, Research at Digital Clarity Group
Former CTO Security & Compliance Products at Novell
“As organizations continue to replace their business processes with digital…” more >As organizations continue to replace their business processes with digital technology, new vulnerabilities and threats are emerging in parallel. Business executives and board members realize that these new digital risks need to be managed.
The challenge now is how to understand digital risk in true business terms and where best in the organization to address it – instead of it being treated simply as another set of technology issues for IT Security to handle.
The DRM Institute provides a needed forum for the business executives, risk officers and CISOs to collaborate on developing new approaches to identifying, quantifying and managing digital business risk.
-- Reed Harrison, Former CTO Security & Compliance Products at Novell
Risk Mgmt. Reg. Coord., Middle East & North Africa at World Bank
“A forum such as the DRM Institute is very much needed, as I see large…” more >A forum such as the DRM Institute is very much needed, as I see large government organizations looking to build digital risk management programs but not knowing where to turn to learn about best practices and use cases.
I look forward to collaborating with the DRMI and help create a set of standard DRM knowledge and best practices.
-- Andrea Zanon, Risk Management Regional Coordinator for the Middle East & North Africa at The World Bank
CISO at U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission
“As cyber attacks increase, and the proliferation of monitoring tools escalates…” more >As cyber attacks increase, and the proliferation of monitoring tools escalates, the ability of large organizations’ to effectively prevent attacks and minimize impact on its business continues to decline.
Building a business case for IT security is shifting towards Digital Risk Management – the ability to identify and prioritize vulnerabilities within an organization. IT security and business leaders are increasingly focused on understanding these vulnerabilities and consequences as they relate to critical revenue and customer facing business services.
The DRM Institute, the first of its kind, provides a needed forum for IT and business leaders to collaborate on new approaches and solutions.
-- Naeem Musa, Chief Information Security Officer at U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission
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